10 January 2011

Defiantly vs. Definitely

Okay people, do you really mean "defiantly" (boldly resisting) or do you mean definitely (for sure)?

Just asking. (I already know the answer.)

5 comments:

  1. same with "drawring" for "drawing" and "could of" for "could've"

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  2. Oh, language pet peeves! I have a TON! But I'll share two.

    Beck and call. It's beckoning call or beckon and call, not beck and call. Urgh.

    Literally. It means something happened in a very real and very specific way.

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  3. Yeah, or "take for granite" instead of "take for granted."

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  4. I do this all the time. And I hate that I do it.

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